DYC Multicultural Day


DYC Multicultural Day participants
DYC Multicultural Day participants
David Ashburner, Thursday, 5 May 2011

Docklands Yacht Club hosted a multicultural Try Sailing Day on Victoria Harbour on March 20.A joint venture between the Western Bulldogs, Docklands Yacht Club and sponsored by the Victorian Multicultural Commission saw more than 70 people attend. The weather conditions were perfect for novice sailors. The group was aged from eight to more than 60 and came from many cultures including Burma, Liberia, Ethiopia, China, Indonesia and Australia. Most were from refugee backgrounds and have been in Australia less than five years. “The community spirit was wonderful to see in the group who were happy, co-operative and prepared to volunteer,” training officer Coral Allen said. “That’s what multicultural Australia is all about.”



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Docklands Yacht Club overlooks Victoria Harbour with sweeping views of the Melbourne City skyline and the ever changing Docklands precinct.  From January 2016, sailing will take place from the 60 metre pontoon at our new premises - the Community Boating Hub, 912 Collins Street, adacent to the Library at Dock Square.  Community Sailing days are normally the second and fourth Sunday of each month year round from 11am but are subject to change (check Calendar page for more details). Everyone is welcome. We supply the boats, lifejackets and instruction.

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